Opened in 1941, this Old Florida-style restaurant combines its ocean view with Tiffany-style lamps, wrought-iron chandeliers, and paintings of pirates. Count on at least three kinds of seafood any day on the menu, along with steaks, pork chops, soups, and salads. The house drink is "Pusser's Painkiller"—a curious blend first mixed by British sailors in the Virgin Islands and rationed in a tin cup. It commemorates the 1894 wreck of the Breconshire, which occurred
offshore and from which 34 British sailors escaped.
May 21, 2010
Always a great meal. Fine dining. White line tablecloths. Great fresh seafood. You will wait for a table in the evenings especially on the weekends. Oceanfront. Well appointed with lots of weird old collectibles from castles and things.